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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monihiy, 1013 THE DAILY IIGRALD Nine Men and Six Women Already Have Enrolled In The Hoojier Cabinet Club Limited To 75 Surprising even beyond our own expectations IE the enormous demand for Hoosler Cabinets. It seems as If every wonwn in town wants one of these machines. Your wife Is reading adverliFcment now ana hoping she yvitl be one of the lucky 7? who receive a Hoosler Cabinet. could sell three times as many cabinets If we could get there, but the HocBfer Company, who has entire.charge of this sale, limits the membership strictly to 75. Nobody Pays More than SOME 'MlUTAKY I'KOUMMS OF MKXICO WHICH THE f UNITED STATKS MAY TACKLE To enroll Ju the Hoojier Club Sale: dues until tho 'Mnall cash Cabinet is raid; cabinet is delivered Ecu mediately. Of course, abihiiig want her to know. 4> Xolhlng you cculd, give yoi'r wife "will cause her so much plc-afurc ;is this ivomleriul cabinet which saves so many -miles of steps-every day lu htr kitchen, Half a Million Women Use It Ten Million Women Want it it Saves Steps Imagine, il you can, a compact kitchen all In Urn space of your table, with flour that ellts at your, finders' ends; sugar, spices, tea, coffee, thing where you-can reach il most easily. A Then Imagine a big table, solid aluminum, E'O that you can elide it out 1C Inches over the base to'give plenty of knee ami fool room to sit down at -lust think wkjfl this int-uns to your wife, anrl answer this question. iifk-e of the lluoi-K-r about, it 1C you r t Don't delay. While the .resolution la 6n, 'act. store .We f-fltG care 'of all l Re rest, but join >'6iv, before .it'.is too d pituisc 'her. EP mii'elL Mfike "w3ay .a re- kitchen tbat will save hor t- and dyposit ra 'lollar. 618 3rd Avenue South Lethbridge Alta P. f. Ksq.. K. I'jvsiiiCU. 3. M. AITKKS. Vice t DIRECTORS: utisi II. rliurO. K-iii. Dr. J. S. Stewart. Ml' P. W. S. Dr. S. -I. Ks'j. U. II. MiL'-r. H. Via. Siui'.h. Ba'l. Trust Companies A of iguiilixd lu iakv lUt1 of ill kiii'is, i plaoo of the ii.iiUHirul iu handling iriilarv uf I'ltOUI.EMA'nt'AL iu t-itst irdMiliKtl service. Ccuiuany icr- lici1 cati-fui and eiSiciout management of fur.ili. alii] all nailer-; klr.tlrcd lo tti- business of lijjiiiiliLg es'ates- You ako Ijavo iht- of tin: h'jMUf.-s uf tin.- LourU ot Mh. Therefore.' avail yourself of tLo services or I The British Canadian Trust Company A Progressive Company CONYBEARE BLOCK LETKBRIDGE, ALTA. DAN'CK DKESS AND ANOTHER It will be noticed Unit two great ranges, each bearing the name of Sierra 1 MaUre, rim in a Eouliicrly direction (rout California, one uvnr each (.-oast, after a certain distance tome togotlier again to the south of I'uebia. The area between Uicne ranges is known as the plateau of-Mexico, which Is divided luto a iiunuier of basins iu the north with a mine elevation (Q the fli. The rivers are in consequence quite short and would be of little for navigation purposes 10 troops which liad affected a landing on either coast line. Tlie northern plateau consists of :i broad ulaiu covered by stamps meadows and smiall lakes. This marshy.conulr> has been recently 'drained, but tha roads are unmetalcd and extremely bad. The transport and com- missariat services of an invading force would, however, be forced to rely on the railway as a means of supply. The frontier between Xtievo Laredo and Monterey has been interrupted In quite half. a. dozen places. MEM Toronto, 'Dec: will of Titns Uoblnsou, member of Hie firm of Robinson McBcan, Mooso IJaiv, Sask., died in Toronto on October 2, was ftiecl fr prolate to- tlay. Ho leaves an valued at 000, and it is over Can- 1 ada as In Ontario. of fur- niture and automobiles, l-TO- missory. notes, In JlauitoDa, Saskatchewan, iii By MB will liejbl'iuesta and life -ioterest in the rtatdue of Ills slate lo his widow, EHzatbth Ma> Robinson, 12-1 Ilcdford road. daughters cacn get a legacy 1000, and one-siitb of the reEldue on he1 death of the widow. A sum is bcqueatliert lo the diocese o ij'Appelle, to help struggling par- shes. LORD HEADLEY FORMER NORTH- MOUNTED POLICE- MAN JOINS RANKS OF ISLAM IXHidon, sufTra- gettes gntbcred in force to welcome Mrs. Kminelirie Pankhurst on tier ar- rival today front lixetcr. Slio. was leased from the Kxeter jail last night. Although an ambulance and a stretch- er were lafcen to the station they were not needed ns Mrs. Pankhurst was able lo alight from tlie train with the assistance of a nurse and another companion. She locked very weak anrl made her -.vay with .loitering steps to a carnage. She was taken I at tiic head of ions procession of taxinabs, Scaring her cheering supporters. London, Doc. campaign 'n- stilotcd by Lord the advo- cacy of the acceptance of the doc- trines of .Mohammedanism results. Several new con- versions, were announced at.-a ineet- Ing.iujLondon the converts in- eluding one viscount, captain ip the army "as .well as several ladies inrlud ing a titled personage: _.-.- Since Uie death of the late Lord Stanley of Altlerly. ten years ago, the British peerage lias had 110 Moslem amongst its members, though it1 lias now a JJuddhist tarl in tlia of Lord Mexboroiigh, consequently Headley is now the only representa- tive in the peerage of tlie faith which te professed by of- British subjects throughout the world.. The aS'drago person would, -'think Uiat the abandonment of Christianity Mould debar a man from a sftat in the House of Lords, but (hat is not case. There are no longer legal penalties attached lo as his act.of Lcrrt Meadley Is described by ,.lhc ortiioilox. Such nu act docs !iot even entail (lib loss of the pat- Ttie IcfVliaud a trance-dress of very soft- mousEGlinc-liffetas. np into three; layers of puflfs in the shftt; the bodlco of draped tills held into the figure with a high celt and a bouquet of in front. The frock on ihu rl'glit, cumjiose'd of and fine white lace, has1 life'and draned skirt, bordered with ermine. Uic heyday of his at the Uosstamt bonmrin Hrllish ColurnWa1 tweaty years ago, but when Uie'boltQn] feU'out of.that he was, nltiiotigh nominally '.possessed of 050 acres "of land in: Ireland, more than once to' spend' THE JESSIE WILSON WEDDING QROUP--Lefl (u richl (Ecatcd) Miss-M, IS. While, M. Hcotl, Miaa {argarel Wilson, Mrs. Jfisg Klcancr Wilson, Mlsi Marjoric nrowh.' SUiidlng; left to'nghl: jshers, I'roalilcot Wilson; Mrs. Kayro W. T. flanitoba Division of C. P. R. Better actually regulaled by water 'Joiii'Ctitfon liavc been siihmUtcd to llo continued trial It was rflthcr.tlian water conipft- iloii wiiicli lo'ivt-icil -rates J the cast, and. again tjiiolcd Hipley uffport of.his view. It fffls ci novel he salrl, for tho railways to j-ly tho vfater competlllon argu- to .1 vliolo'flcale of lo a largo section of tho coun- so far aa tvnlor comi-etilion is Ei9 an answer lo the charge Uiat i west Is suffering from tliscilmin- Raid Mr. Pllhladn, order to 5 case iho rail ways misfit gonii alifcftd and proved llml tho iriptloiif tbal the eastern rales.arc. o'.ilabli jo tho companj-.. ''ft Is Idle for the Mllwny comjianlea lo contend that whftle scale of rates, now'iu force lli.caslcrn Canada u-ere put lnto: effect as a result of water competition'.'1 Big Vote Being Cast Today (Continued From Front 1'agt) ins "S P nizht. "'t'U PRINCESS MARY EARNS MONEY Ixmdon. Dec. S. Princess Ms earned In eleoen monlbs u-iih her hands In the cause of charity. Several charitable" Inslllu tiojia benefit hy tEic young I'riucess's and one of Ihc money hns heen on two this nrtcriioon ainHo- J3ialrs of wlllc" shc wni to crrBanlzatfons this Chrlslmas. ronage of living in tlie cbnrcti of CAUtAIlY .L'algjry, Deer. elec- tions arc passing qnlc'tly today. Mayer SinnoU having been rcl'ucncil by interest in thc'elc-c- tions is at a low chh. city is electing" ttttlie aitlermcn at artl is alsft voting whether or not Die aMmnm paiil 3 salary o( .At ptestnt no salary ispaid fwo >ear ins lor alttcrrncn "iy hcing 'submit- ted. (JUIKT AT MOOSE JAW jiloosc .law, DCS. S.-l'OlliJij on thf civic elections this morning ivas not heavy estei't inward one, where the Iiolcl Xeciitrs have to bring oul (0 vote J. Slinpson and Jlenry .It.1 opinion in the city Is that es In the cast arc too low and Mill-fit I'asroc, v.'ho ts'siiMccl (o rc- '..Klyq 2 reaionablo profII. liul will iv'iii ovrr his npiifment, Hy liave cot done this, ar.J the pro- lex-Alderman Hlaiiipcr, lleavv'lwll- FALLING OFF IN IMPORTS FROM CANADA London, Dec. official .Ooard of Trade returns show that the November imports of vvheat. from Canada were nearly COO Tcss tn than In the cor- responding month of last year. Bacon imports, were los3, anrl cheese lee's. KnyTand, and, while" by laws dating from the days of Ihe" reformation, conversion to Human Catholicism in- olves the suspension of alt Inherited or purchased livings, a peer may oe- corae a Iluddhiat, or may publicly proclaim himself an atheist, as the'late Marquis of Queens- berry did, witbcut forfeiting his right lo select and appoint rectors and vic- ars. Hendlcy is himself a remark- able character. In the first place he haa had the sooil fortune of having thrW read his own obituary.- 1Ic !s not unknown to Canada: In fact ho spent several years.In tho Northwest Mounted Police. He also fought In tlie Turkish wars of the eiglitiea in trie last century and years "later was reported to hnve been Killed in Knst Africa, yet he turned up lo tike his seat In tho House of Lords as EI reprc- sentatlvr ncen of Ireland. He was .ights on Iho beaches on the Thamea embankment. There ts occ feature about this .Mo- crusade in Great Britain. fhe con vet ts can practice .llie rllca of heir religion as far as thpy like, nrit- ain boiny the laud of roliyions as well is civil hcedoui, but any one of tbein. iti'alc- or female.- at- temp is to. avail himself of the right of'plurality "of vrlvcs, tiiat moment lie will be hnied before .the law, hut it II not necessarily Involve the loss bis scat in the MOUFO of un- less, as iu-. lie alley's his fel Irtsh peers refuse to elect him again is EI representative VERY UNCERTAIN AT MEDICINE 'HAT Medicine Hat, AJta., Dec. Fine weather and an exciting campaign gives promise of bring- out a record vote in the munici- pal elections today. Thft three- cornered am- OH3 M. A. Brown, S. E. McClci- Ian and John H. Spencer is very uncertain. Seven aidermtn and school trustees are to be el- ected. COULD CONSTRUCT WARSHIPS IN CANADA London, pec, "Arthur Trevor Dawson, director of VTck- ers' Limited, the shipbuilding and firm, says their Can- adian works are eminently pros- perous. They have been prom- ised, he says, repairs for one hun- dred large steamers on the St. nee and Great and hope later to have the Canadian artillery work. Their establish- ment will, also be able to con- struct warships. NEW HIGH POWER WIRELESS STATION xjndon, Dec. the comple- tion of the high power Marconi station at Ccfnrtu, near Carnarvon, there-irill be established n new.dtrftCt link between Kngland and America. T To Jay (ho only direct route is be- tween ilie Clyde and Qlace Day.. Tho new transmUling station, is 750 feet above sea level, and the last row oj masts" 1100 feet ahove sea level. EVENING SHOES TOR SMART GOWNS DIDN'T HURT MUCH 'nrsippany, S. .1., Dec, les shattered-when his gun. exploded- white Hunting, Bdward Campbell .i ralio to a farm housed bor- rowec a penknife, took a drink .of water, anil cut oft the splinters. The leg was wood.', BRITISH SQUADRON AT NAPLES Italy, Dec. squarlroci of nine Hrilish warehlps-'arrived in port here today. They are to five days, and many festivities have been arranged in honor of officers" and" men. On the shon green red red hceh In the chocs of-yellow Satin embroidered with J'jd afid blue beads. 6n llio satin shoe cpvc'rol nltti milk-white crystal Lcada. Simple Remedy is Favorite Here Tlie simple mixture'of buck- thom bark, glycerine, c-tc.., known as Adler-i-lia, tlic which became famoug by curing alppenOtcflin, (3 a [jreat favorilo LethbrEdsc people. Afller- 1-ka atw on HOTIl tlic lower and upper Ifiwct drains sticli eiiriirisinj, nnioirnt of foul ntflller froni Tic bcdy Mat A S1NOLK relieves sour stomach al- most rJIMKUIATBLV. .Tl D. intKilliem Jt Co.; OrnsglsU. ;i ;